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Programme

Torfinn Hansen
The University of Tromsø, Norway
Nikolaj Blom & Diana Lindberg
Barentzymes, Norway
Klara Stensvåg, Bengt E Haug, & Morten B Strøm
U of Tromsø, U of Bergen, & U of Tromsø, Norway
Elisabeth Aspaker
Minister of Fisheries, Norway
Anne Husebekk
The University of Tromsø, Norway
William Gerwick
University of California, USA
Paul Snelgrove
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Geoff Burton
UNU-IAS, Australia
Kjersti Lie Gabrielsen
Marbank, HI, Norway
Rene Wijffels
University of Wageningen, The Netherlands
Charlie Bavnington
GlycoMar, UK
Olav Gåserød
FMC Biopolymer AS, Norway
Manuel Ferrer
Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry, Spain
Mirjam Czjzek
Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
Bruce Littlefield
Eisai Inc., USA
Alexander Crawford
University of Leuven, Belgium
David Craik
The University of Queensland, Australia
Petra Sarapatkova
European Commission, Belgium
Marcel Jaspars
University of Aberdeen, UK

Posters

Chemical Biology Consortium Sweden

Christopher Öberg, CBCS. Sweden

Natural products isolated from G. barretti; a biological and synthetic investigation

Elisabeth K. Olsen, MabCent. Norway

Marine microalgae as sources of bioactive compounds within the EU project PharmaSea 

Chiara Lauritano, Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Italy

Novel cytotoxic plakortides from the Brazilian marine sponge Plakortis angulospiculatus

Paula C. Jimenez, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil

Marine enzymes: re-directing biotech opportunities

Mónica Martínez-Martínez, CSIC-IC. Spain

Marine Biotech Potential of the Croatian Adriatic

Marin Roje, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Croatia

Mariculture – source of polyunsaturated fatty acids from shellfish

Rozelindra Coz-Rakovac, Rudjer Boskovic Institute Zagreb-Croatia

Isolation and characterization of novel algal degrading enzymes from an agar-degrading marine γ -proteobacterium.

Pernille Bech, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Exploiting novel bioactivities and applicability in a drop of Seawater

Henrique Machado, PhD Scholarship, DTU. Denmark

Effect of heat treatment on the bioaccessibility of seaweed proteins

Hanne K. Mæhre, University of Tromsø, Norway

Antimicrobial studies of Marine Natural Product Mimics (MNPMs)

Ekaterina Mishchenko, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Antarctic bacteria as a potential source of new drugs against Cystic Fibrosis pathogens

Pietro Tedesco, Institute of Protein Biochemistry. Italy

An enzyme cloning and expression pipeline for the conversion of Norwegian biomasses

Gro Bjerga, Uni Research, Center for applied biotechnology. Norway

How to concretely access industrial sector with microalgae: biomass global refinery, waste to value to compete with existing solution

Jean-Michel Pommet

Enzymes from the Arctic - The cold gold

Yvonne Piotrowski, Dep. of Chemistry, UiT. Norway

Marine enzymes in Regenerative Medicine

Monica Salamone, IAMC-CNR U.O section of Capo Granitola. Italy

Bergen Marine Biobank

Siv Prestegard, Uni Research AS. Norway

Sustainable production of bioethanol from seaweed alginate using metabolic engineered E. coli

Eun Yeol Lee, Univ./KHU, South Korea

SAR Studies of Hemibastadins Inhibiting Blue MusselPhenoloxidase“

Hendrik Niemann, IPBB, Germany

Balticidins - potential antifungal peptides from marine cyanobacterium Anabanena sp.

Thanh-Huong Bui, University of Greifswald. Germany
Discovery and biosynthesis-assisted structural elucidation of a new family of glycolipids from cyanobacteria
Pedro N. Leão, CIIMAR, University of Porto. Portugal

A novel expression system specialized for psychrophilic enzymes 

Jenny Johansson Söderberg, University of Tromsø, Norway

Nutritional content of edible marine mussels and snails subjected to food preparation

Heming Hansen, Norwegian College of Fisheries Science. Norway

Metabolic remodeling of the northern diatom Attheya longicornis under iron limitation

Tien-sheng Huang, University of Tromsø. Norway

Novel algae degrading enzymes from metagenomes and sea urchin microbiota 

Mikkel Schultz-Johansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Fishing an immune receptor by microorganism affinity matrix

Chun Li, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

GEOMAR: A New Hub for Marine Biodiscovery and Biotechnology in Kiel, Germany

Deniz Tasdemir, GEOMAR, Germany

New anti-microbial and anti-cancer drug lead compounds from the marine bacterial library

Sigrid Hakvåg, NTNU. Norway

Centrocin, an important contributor to green sea urchin self defense?

Hans-Matti Blencke, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Development of an enantiocomplementary toolbox of ω-transaminase variants for synthesis of chiral amines

Henrik Land, PhD Scolarship, KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Sweden

Sustainable energy production by mass culture of diatoms

 Artamonova Elena Yuryevna, University of Tromsø, Norway

Antimicrobial peptides in the marine horse mussel, Modiolus modiolus

Inger Kristine Rødum, Norwegian College of Fishery Science. Norway

Algae for Materials and Remediation – SP Algae Research Facility

Niklas Strömberg,SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden

Metagenomics of microbial communities in agricultural production scale biogas fermenters

Simon Güllert, PhD Scholarship, Uni Hamburg. Germany

Screeening proteases for applications on fish industry by-products

Hasan Arsin, Uni Research AS. Norway.

Exploring the bioactive peptide space of arctic marine invertebrates

Runar Gjerp Solstad, UoT. Norway

Phylogeny and biosynthetic capacity of carbamidocyclophane-producing Vietnamese Nostoc strains

Preisitsch, M.Institute of Pharmacy University of Greifswald. Germany

Identification of novel cold-active enzymes by functional metagenomics in a cold and alkaline marine environment

Jan Vester, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Microalgae - a promising source of lead structures for drug development 

Sabine Mundt, EMAU Greifswald/IMaB. Germany

A novel carbohydrate esterase isolated from an Arctic environmental metagenome: biochemical characterisation and site direct mutagenesis

Concetta De Santi, NorStruct, UiT. Norway

New nucleosides from Geodia macandrewi

Ana Margarida Costa, PhD Scholarship. University of Iceland. Iceland

Screening of new α-amylases from deep-sea hydrothermal vents by multiple (meta)-genomic tools

Juliane Wissuwa, PhD Scholarship, Centre for Geobiology, UiB. Norway

Callyaerins A-M, Cyclic Peptides from the Indonesian Marine Sponge Callyspongia aerizusa with Potent and Selective Antitubercular Activity

Georgios Daletos, PhD Scholarship, Heinrich Heine University (HHU). Germany

Inter- and intraspecific variations in growth of red algae imply a wide efficiency range in nitrogen and phosphorus removal during integrated aquaculture

Christian G. Bruckner, Bioforsk, Norway

New Production of Bioactive Compounds by Biotransformation using the Marine-Derived Microorganisms

Byeng Wha Son, Pukyong National University, South Korea

Marine hydrothermal areas hosting antimicrobial bacteria

Arnheidur Eythorsdottir, PhD Scolarship, Univ. of Akureyri. Iceland

Emerging marine biotoxins in the Mediterranean Sea

Antonia Masseo, PhD Scholarship, University of Napoli. Italy

Discovery of Cold-active Enzymes from the Marine Arctic Environment

Adele Williamson, The Arctic University of Norway. Norway

The implementation of seawater-based media in bioethanol production

Abdelrahman Saleh Zaky, PhD Scholarship, The University of Nottingham. UK

 Barentzymes  -enzyme based solutions for the future

Jan Buch Andersen, Barentzymes. Norway